Configuring Converged Application Server
Part I provides an overview of Oracle Communications Converged Application Server architecture and management and provides configuration information for the data tier, engine tier, geographic redundancy, and performance. It also provides information on upgrading from previous releases of Converged Application Server.
Part I contains the following chapters:
Chapter 1, "Overview of the Converged Application Server Architecture"
Chapter 2, "Overview of Converged Application Server Configuration and Management"
Chapter 3, "Configuring SIP Data Tier Partitions and Replicas"
Chapter 4, "Provisioning Users With Sash"
Chapter 5, "Storing Long-Lived Call State Data in an RDBMS"
Chapter 6, "Configuring Geographically-Redundant Installations"
Chapter 7, "Using the Engine Tier Cache"
Chapter 8, "Configuring Engine Tier Container Properties"
Chapter 9, "Improving Failover Performance for Physical Network Failures"
Chapter 10, "Upgrading WebLogic SIP Server 3.x to Converged Application Server 4.0"
Chapter 11, "Upgrading From Converged Application Server Release 4.0 to Converged Application Server Release 5.0"
Chapter 12, "Tuning JVM Garbage Collection for Production Deployments"
Chapter 13, "Avoiding JVM Delays Caused By Random Number Generation"
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